On the CSS/Styles tab, you can Link to External CSS. If you select this option, a text box will appear for you to enter the URL.
Or, you can select the option to Upload a CSS File where you will be prompted to select a file from your desktop.
You are welcome to utilize KM’s CSS as your baseline and modify to your specifications. To do this, click on the KM CSS orange button at the right of the page.
Or you can simply utilize the KM CSS default.
Or reset the form properties, and make your selections from scratch.
Select the form color, and transparency level. Be sure to select Apply after making your color selection.
RGBA stands for red green blue alpha. While it is sometimes described as a color space, it is actually simply a use of the RGB color model, with extra information. The color is RGB, and may belong to any RGB color space, but an integral alpha value as invented by Catmull and Smith between 1971 and 1972 enables alpha compositing. The inventors named alpha after the Greek letter in the classic linear interpolation formula α A + (1 − α) B.
Make color selections to the form background as well.
Select whether you want your form to include a border, and what color the border should be.
Select the positioning of the form on the page, and the spacing allotment. The spacing controls how much space is between each of the Form Controls (i.e. Email, First Name, Last Name).
The Style Preview at the right will display your selections as they are made.
The Controls section allows formatting of each type of available control item to brand your form with your own colors, fonts, etc.
The form control options are based on the selected Form Control.
Available font styles:
The preview shows the selected properties for the specified form controls label, as shown by the example below:
The same applies to the form control as well, as shown by the example below:
Forms Designer also offers the option to apply the styles to all Form Questions to save you time!
Complete your selection, then click the Next button and Save your work.
What's Next? Form Controls